This is a tribute to one of my biggest graphic, political and to a certain degree musical, especially lyrical inspirations: The anarcho-punk collective we all know as Crass. Crass were an English art collective and punk rock band formed in 1977 who promoted anarchism as a political ideology, a way of life and a resistance movement. Crass advocated direct action, animal rights, feminism and environmentalism. Through the artistic work of David King, as well as the work of Gee Vaucher & Penny Rimbaud created a brand new, strong, clear and instantly recognizable aesthetic all within the confines of the Essex based anarcho commune, the Dial House. It's almost impossible in this short space to explain how deep this visual, political and musical influence was, and still is today.
Secondly, the text is an extended version of the incredible book by Sunil Yapa, I just added the last two lines.
Grit wears a size small and Tim, whose a slim 6'3'' wears a Large.
Screen Printed in the UK on a 200gsm black, "Made in Europe" tagless T-Shirt and the sizes are run from S to 2XL
Size Chest (to fit):
S - 34/36" // M - 38/40" // L - 42/44" // XL - 46/48" // XXL - 50/52"